The Sunday Times Magazine

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In the era of cyber space, even the creation of art has changed in terms of method, outlook and interpretation. With the Internet serving as a well for creative thoughts and design, it is now easy to find and copy pictures and images to “create” art, a practice that has…

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ManilArt, country’s biggest visual arts fair, is back on its fifth edition. This year, ManilArt 2013 is slated to run from October 9 to 13 at the newly inaugurated SM Aura Premier Convention Center in Taguig City. The art fair is presented by the National Commission for Culture and the…

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(For my art teacher Norman Chow) a boxed landscape is presented to you on an eighth of a page of your yasaka sketchpad. today marks your sixth lesson. the teacher’s instruction: enlarge the landscape on the rest of the page. your grip on a chunk of oil pastel is unsure…

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(Inspired by Mark Joseph Arisgado) I am one of the passengers of Noah’s Ark, the yellow bus which stopped in front of me that early morning. Sailing on the tempest-tossed traffic, the yellow bus invited me to be saved and to save. The Word is our only anchor. I spread…

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Now, more than ever, is the need for environmental stewardship more pressing. With the global climate change now more felt as it comes in the form of disastrous floods, irregular and severe rain showers and thunderstorms, tropical and archipelagic nations like the Philippines are most affected. Depleted land areas where…

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6:30 a.m.—Woke up, prepared, and reminded myself of the task for the day: to interview the fisherfolk of one island barangay of Burdeos, Quezon. 7:30 a.m.—Enjoyed eating danggit, a local variety of dried fish, and sinangag for breakfast. 8:15 a.m.—Checked to see if everything was prepared. Questionnaires, ballpen, field guide,…

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As part of JGC Philippines’ 24th year anniversary celebration events and in conjunction with the Haribon Foundation’s Rainforest Organizations and Advocates to 2020 project which aims to restore the Philippine hectares of Philippine rainforests using native tree species by year 2020, JGC Philippines management led by President, Shigeru Hanajima, together…

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Real Name: Anne Ojales Curtis-Smith Birth date: February 17, 1985 Birth place: Yarrawonga, Victoria, Australia Nationality: Filipino-Australian Profession: Actress, model, television host, Singer and VJ Height: 5’6″ Star Sign: Aquarius AT a time when the shelf life of showbiz celebrities expires faster than sliced bread—or until the next reality show…

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When it comes to endorsements, Anne Curtis is still definitely it. Throughout 2013, Anne’s beautiful face and wonderful personality can be seen on TV commercials and on those gigantic billboards. Besides this, she also accomplishes other endorsement responsibilities. Just last week, the sought-after, 28-year-old endorser attended back-to-back commitments for two…

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Fifteen young adventurers, six destinations, seven exciting days and a race to have the most number of fun experiences—Cebu Pacific’s Juan for Fun Backpacker Challenge returned with more educational and colorful adventures for its participants. Now on its second year, the Juan for Fun Backpacker Challenge has drawn more thrill-seeking…

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